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is certified by the american board of plastic surgery. >> at number 20, dosage disasters. movie star dennis quaid's twins thomas and zoe develop an infection a few days after they're born. they take a blood thinner called heprin to prepare their request ivs. >> when you have an iv, there's a minuscule dose they put in the iv. >> when the babies get the iv, their blood unexpectedly turns thin as water. >> at one point why they tried to clamp up a wound, blood spurted six feet across the room and splattered on the wall. >> doctors realize someone has given the babies a massive overdose of heparin, 1,000 times more than it's supposed to be. >> they didn't notice that it was the wrong dose. >> here's that overdose happens. >> the adult dose was in a dark blue vile. the pediatric dose was in a light blue vial. >> an adult dosage was put where the pediatric dose is usually placed. another nurse grabbed the vial without checking it. >> when you're in the hospital, ask for a daily list of medications and dosages and check them when they arrive. >>> ahead on my list -- you won't believe where this p
. movie star dennis quaid's twins, thomas and zoe, develop an infection a few days after they're born. the quaids take the babies to the hospital for a course of antibiotics. a blood thinner called heparin is used to prepare their ivs. >> when you have an iv, there's a very, very, very dilute dose that they'll put a minuscule amount in the iv so that the iv doesn't clot up. >> when the babies get the iv, their blood unexpectedly turns thin as water. >> at one point as the doctors tried to clamp a bleeding wound in the remnant of t-boon's umbilical cord, blood spurted six feet across the room and splattered on the wall. >> doctors realize somebody has given the babies a massive overdose of heparin. 1,000 times more than it's supposed to be. >> they didn't notice that it was the wrong dose. >> here's how that overdose happens. >> the adult dose was in a dark blue vial. the pediatric dose was in a light blue vial. >> a technician accidentally puts the adult dose of heparin in the location where the children's dose is usually stored. then a nurse grabs the bottle without checking it. >> a
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